Bundle, a Nigerian cryptocurrency startup has launched operations in Ghana.
This means that Ghanaians can now download Bundle on Google Play and the App Store to buy and sell crypto, and they can also save BUSD, send, receive and request crypto and Ghanaian cedis.
Launching in Ghana according to the startup which made the announcement in a blogpost “is another step in our plan to expand to several African countries before the end of 2020, giving more Africans the option to trade and store cryptocurrency including BTC (Bitcoin), ETH (Ether), BNB, BUSD (Binance US Dollars), TRX (TRON), LTC (Litecoin), LINK (Chainlink), WRX (WazirX) and BCH (Bitcoin Cash) safely and conveniently.”
On the expansion to Ghana, founder, and CEO of Bundle, Yele Bademosi said, “We’re super-excited to finally bring Bundle to Ghana. I believe the country has immense potential for crypto adoption. Ghana is the right environment for Bundle to thrive!”
The startup has recorded exponential month-on-month user and transaction growth since the startup began operations in April 2020, hitting an all-time high monthly trade volume of $14 million in September and launching Vault, our cryptocurrency savings feature.
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